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New Cybersecurity Resources from HEISC
EDUCAUSE’s Cybersecurity Initiative has released several new resources to honor National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM).
In Case You Missed It: Top InfoSec Stories, Oct. 10-14
Here are 5 articles or announcements you might have missed this week (October 10-14, 2011):
October 2011 EDUCAUSE Now Podcast Celebrates NCSAM
The October 2011 EDUCAUSE Now podcast celebrates National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) by talking with Ernest McDuffie, lead for the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE). He talks about the current efforts his organization is spearheading to bring cybersecurity awareness to the private sector and academia.
Federated Identity Management & IAM Sessions at EDUCAUSE 2011
Going to EDUCAUSE 2011 in Philadelphia next week (October 18-21)? There's a lot going on in identity and access management (IAM) and federated identity management (IdM). Check out our handy list, or see the program with an IAM filter applied.
The IAM Working Group Community Update will take place on Wed., Oct. 19, 1:30-2:20 pm. You’ll hear about EDUCAUSE, Internet2, and InCommon IAM activities, get an update from the IAM Tools & Effective Practices project team, and have the opportunity to exchange ideas and brainstorm hot topics with colleagues. We hope to see you there!
EDUCAUSE 2011 Security Sessions
EDUCAUSE 2011 starts next week, October 18-21, in Philadelphia, PA. There are 60 security and privacy-related sessions, and the Higher Education Information Security Council (HEISC) would like to provide some highlights.
October 12 IAM Online: Identity & Access Management Governance at Institutions of Higher Education
Tune in to the next IAM Online, which will take place Wednesday, October 12, at 3 p.m. EDT, to learn more about "Governance of Identity and Access Management at Institutions of Higher Education" with speakers Brendan Bellina (University of Southern California), Matthew Dalton (Ohio University), and Keith Hazelton (University of Wisconsin-Madison). Rodney Petersen (EDUCAUSE) will moderate this discussion. For more details, or to access archived sessions, visit http://www.incommon.org/iamonline.
In Case You Missed It: Top InfoSec Stories, Sep. 26-30
Here are 5 articles or announcements you might have missed this week (September 26-30, 2011):
- Heading Off Privacy Problems—Before They Arise (The Wall Street Journal)
- Which Telecoms Store Your Data the Longest? Secret Memo Tells All (Wired)
- What's a Company's Biggest Security Risk? You. (The Wall Street Journal)
- Meet the Man Who Keeps Microsoft Safe and Secure (Business News Daily)
- FTC Announces New and Improved OnGuardOnline Website
National Cyber Security Awareness Month 2011 is HERE!
It’s that time of year again! October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month. Help us raise awareness with your faculty, staff, and students in October by promoting National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM).
InCommon and Comodo's Unique Partnership for Higher Education
In just the first year of a unique partnership, InCommon and Comodo have issued tens of thousands of certificates to more than 120 colleges and universities across the United States. InCommon, operated by Internet2, provides the U.S. research and higher education with a framework of trust for the safe sharing of online resources. Comodo is a leading certificate authority and Internet security organization, providing businesses and consumers with a variety of security and trust services. The partnership between InCommon and Comodo CA Ltd. offers U.S. higher education institutions with unlimited certificates for one annual fee, providing substantial cost and overhead savings.
Tune In October 4 & Kick Off NCSAM -- Cybersecurity as a Shared Responsibility: Stop, Think, and Connect
In this free hour-long session, “Cybersecurity as a Shared Responsibility: Stop, Think, and Connect,” Swartz, Conrad, Hampden, Menna, and Norin will talk about international and national cybersecurity strategies, the importance of awareness, and the role that higher education plays in addressing cybersecurity challenges in an increasingly interdependent networked society.
Those unable to attend may wish to visit the archives after the event or browse related resources: